Environmental, Social and Governance

We are committed to building a long term,
sustainable business that benefits all our stakeholders
by effective management of environmental, social and governance issues.

Safety & Health

Safety is our number one priority. We are committed to protecting the health, safety and wellbeing of our people, clients, contractors and the communities we work in. With a focus on improving our knowledge and systems to maintain a safe working environment.

Safety is everyone’s responsibility at Pacific Energy; our leaders are focused on maintaining a positive safety culture through ongoing training, communication and improvements of our safety systems.
Pacific Energy prides itself on our safety-first approach and ensuring compliance with all applicable regulations for our industry, Pacific Energy Kewdale is accredited under the Australian Government Building and Construction WHS Accreditation Scheme and is certified in the following:

  • ISO 14001:2015 Environmental Management Systems
  • ISO 9001:2015 Quality Management Systems
  • ISO 45001:2018 Occupational Health and Safety Management Systems
  • Federal Safety Commissioner WHS Accreditation

In the Community

Pacific Energy is committed to supporting the success of the communities in which we operate by fostering and maintaining enduring relationships built on trust. We have a commitment to open and transparent communication and recognise our responsibility to contribute positively to society.

We fully recognise the significant and lasting socio-economic benefits of our presence in the community. For this reason, we always seek to engage with local suppliers and contractors and actively participate in regional business groups and networks.

In addition to providing local employment opportunities, Pacific Energy is focused on making a difference through partnerships, sponsorships and donations.

  • Strelley Community School Solar & Battery System

  • Gumala Aboriginal Corporation Partnership

  • Capricorn Metals - Karlawinda Recycling Initiative

  • Pacific Energy Supports Ronald McDonald House Charities


We are committed to achieving net zero emissions across our Scope 1 and Scope 2 emissions by 2040

At Pacific Energy, our purpose is to transition the world to a clean energy future.

We acknowledge the important role the energy sector plays in supporting the decarbonisation of industry and commerce across the globe.
Read our Net Zero statement to learn how we aim to address this and meet our 2040 goal.

Our Modern Slavery Approach

We are working with our suppliers to understand the modern slavery challenges we face and how we can mitigate risks in our supply chain

Our modern slavery framework guides the actions of our people and ensures continual improvement on the issue of modern slavery. Learn more about our commitment and the steps we are taking across our operations and supply chain in our latest Modern Slavery Statement.


We're making gender equality a cornerstone of our business

We understand that the pathway to becoming Australia’s leading provider of clean energy solutions cannot be achieved without the critical participation of women across our workforce, from first year apprentices right through to our executive management and board of directors.

While we acknowledge we still have a way to go to closing our gender pay gap, we’re firmly committed to identifying and removing barriers to the participation and progression of women in our business.

Read our Gender Pay Gap Employer Statement and public report to learn more.

Our Policies

Anti-Bribery & Anti-Corruption Policy

Code Of Conduct

Community Engagement Policy

Discrimination, Harassment & Bullying Policy

Diversity and EEO Policy

Environmental Management Policy

Fit for Work Policy

Indigenous Engagement Policy

Modern Slavery Policy

OHS Policy

Privacy Policy

Supplier Code of Conduct

Sustainability Policy

Whistleblower Policy

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